With an estimated 400,000 multiple sclerosis patients in the United
States alone, conservatively speaking, half of the MS population
will encounter varying degrees of cognitive difficulties. Newer
studies point to a percentage of 65%, affecting over 2.5 million
world-wide MS patients.
"Mental Sharpening Stones: Manage the Cognitive Challenges of
Multiple Sclerosis" provides real-life techniques garnered from MS
patients and their medical providers, sharing their practical
methods for pushing back against the disruptive and potentially
disabling cognitive symptoms that affect MS patients. The book
offers strategies that will assist those living with MS to retain
their intellectual faculties through sharpening their mental
This book is a vital step beyond acknowledging cognitive
symptoms and the revealing changes that can affect those living
with MS. It will also inform those who know them physically,
mentally, emotionally and spiritually. The contributing writers of
this book serve as exemplars and guides of how to live with and
function - despite MS cognitive challenges.
This book includes:
Tips and tricks for dealing with cognitive issues A
conversation with Montel Williams A conversation with New York
Times bestselling author Richard Cohen A conversation with Chief
Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court, Mary Mullarkey A portion of
the proceeds from this book will be donated to the National
Multiple Sclerosis Society and the Montel Williams MS
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